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Gladwin County Obituary/Death Notice
Captain Edward S. Pease

   Old residents of Gladwin will remember Captain Edward S. Pease, who lumbered in the Secord territory on the Tittabawassee in olden times. The newspapers bring report of his death at Sacremento, Calif., Nov. 17, after an extended illness. He was 70 years og age and was formerly a prominent resident of Saginaw, leaving there for the west about seven or eight years ago. He lived in Saginaw for about 40 years, coming there from the east. After the consolidation of the two Saginaws he was one of the justices of the peace. He was also the first rural mail carrier out of Saginaw, He was chief deputy of the Maccabees in which capactiy he visited Gladwin county K.O.T.M. tents. He served in the Civil war, and was a member of the G.A.R. and the Masons. He went to Sacremento from Saginaw and from there journeyed to Montana and was eleted state general of the G.A.R. in that state. He later returned to Sacremento.
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Gladwin County Record, Gladwin, MI
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Summer 2005
Tom Ladner
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